Winding Down and Tuning up

Abigail Frye fryea@findlay.edu @Abigail_EF   With the semester winding down, The University of Findlay has different ways to help students finish strong. As many students are writing their final papers and preparing projects, The Writing Center is ready to help.  The Writing Center is located in Old Main in Office 45. The Office is open for scheduled appointments Sunday through Saturday...

Oiler Success Center helps stressed out students as they approach the finish line

Taylor Christensen @Taychristensen1 christensent@findlay.edu   As the University of Findlay nears the end of the first semester of the 2019-2020 school year, the students on campus are frantically preparing for final projects and tests to try and get the best grades possible. On campus, students are encouraged to seek help from the Oiler Success Center. This is a great resource for students...

Are we celebrating Christmas too early?

By: Olivia Wile Email: wileo@findlay.edu Twitter: o_wile   Here we are again. The days are getting shorter and shorter, the temperature is drastically cooler and leftover Halloween decorations and candy now sit in the clearance aisle. Another spooky season has come and gone and now we wait patiently to gorge ourselves on Thanksgiving, at least I do. Without a Turkey in our fridges yet,...

Taika Waititi’s Jojo Rabbit proves that even Nazi Germany can be funny

  Dylan Frazier frazierd@findlay.edu @dylanfrazier44   Even though it was hard to find a theater near me to watch this movie, it was well worth the hour drive to see Taika Waititi’s latest film, Jojo Rabbit. While I can see this movie being very divisive an some may hate it. But to me, the seamless blend of serious tones of social commentary but hilarious comedy, Jojo Rabbit shines as...

Leaves are falling and stress is calling

By Alana Sudermann Email: sundermanna@findlay.edu Twitter: @alana_sundy23   Stress and anxiety seem to peak for students towards the end of the semester. With exams and major projects coming up, students begin to feel overwhelmed. According to the American College Health Association, one in every six college students will be treated for or diagnosed with anxiety over the course of their...

A supreme night of entertainment

By: Collin Frazier Frazierc@findlay.edu @Collin_53   This past weekend, the University of Findlay had the honor of hosting Mary Wilson to a concert. For those unaware, Mary Wilson was an original member of The Supremes, former contestant on Dancing with the Stars, and an important piece of the Motown era of music. Last Thursday, Nov.7, students had the opportunity to not only hear Wilson’s...

Keys, Oilers know they have to breathe fire against Tiffin Dragons in last home game

Dylan Frazier frazierd@findlay.edu @dylanfrazier44 Tomorrow, Nov.16, The Oilers will take on their rival, the Tiffin Dragons, in hopes to sneak into the playoffs. Coach Rob Keys is excited for the challenge, but also recognizes that it will take everyone on the Oilers bringing their A-game in order to come out on top. “They’re a complete team, they’re good on offense, they’re good on...